Accommodation in Canberra: 11 Cool Places to Stay this Weekend
Do you need to book some accommodation in Canberra? Well, you’re in luck. Below are some of the city’s most popular options.
Canberra is a quiet place, but whether you’re flying here for business, or opting for a quick staycation there are many chic and comfortable places to book yourself into. It’s time to get ready to make your trip to the nation’s capital one you won’t forget!
Whether you’re opting for an Inner City staycation, or wanting to stay somewhere unique while you’re in town, Canberra’s Little National Hotel is the best for this. The rooms are understated chic with the most Instagrammable views to wake up to. Order yourself room service, and voila you’ll feel right at home.
From $205 per night
21 National Circuit, Barton
If you love boutique accommodation, Canberra’s QT hotel is calling your name. Beautifully designed and with an insanely popular lounge and food bar you might not even need to go anywhere else to dine. If you’re stuck on where to hold your next business meeting it’s also the perfect location for board meetings or even smaller catch ups. Let’s just call this hotel your all in one.
1 London Circuit, Canberra
With a bunch of cool, contemporary rooms and suites, East Hotel is a good spot to lay your hat. One of Kingston’s top spots to stay, you will truly feel like you are living like a local. If you decide to stay in, you won’t be disappointed. From Italian restaurant Agostini’s and Joe’s Bar, to book and wine bar Muse, you are guaranteed an awesome night in.
From $179 per night
69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston
Arty, funky and sustainable, Ovolo Nishi marries beautiful design and functionality to create the ultimate home away from home. Bringing the outside in, the stunning wooden atrium is a sight to be seen. Over and above the lush rooms, downstairs you will find popular eatery Monster Bar & Kitchen and upscale cinema Palace Electric, so you will never have to leave the hotel.
New Acton Precinct, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra
On the footsteps of Parliament House, Hotel Realm is modern, chic and made for wellness aficionados. Do you miss your Pilates classes while you’re away? Sign up to one of theirs. However perhaps running is more your thing? So join their runners group. Or book yourself into their popular gym. Bonus: their bedrooms are luxurious and full of all the holiday comfort you’ll need.
$244 per night
18 National Circuit, Barton
You don’t need to travel too far for a safari experience. In Canberra, the Jamala Wildlife Lodge is connected to the National Zoo & Aquarium. You’ll meet some of the most incredible and endangered species on earth and find out how you can help their survival. Back at your treehouse, the resort’s resident giraffe, Humbekhali, might pop his head in for a visit!
From $1150 per night
National Zoo & Aquarium, 999 Lady Denman Drive, Canberra, ACT
This hotel is full of old-school charm and is located close to the Realm precinct – sans the hustle and bustle. You’ll be able to walk to the nation’s closest galleries or popular landmarks too. The rooms are small, classic and the hotel is inbuilt with every facility you could want.
$158.00 per night
Belmore Gardens & Macquarie Street, Barton
Are you travelling alone and prefer your accommodation to feel more like home, this modern studio apartment in inner city Braddon may be just thing for you. Walk into the city for your business meeting or dine at sought after restaurants. Braddon living is chic, modern and the perfect reset you need.
$135.00 per night
Contact information provided upon booking
Let’s start with the crème de la crème. Hyatt Hotel is the perfect location if luxury accommodation is what you’re after. It’s one of the best five star hotels in Canberra and perfect as a mini home away from home. Into fitness? This hotel comes fully equipped with a state of the art gym, including personal trainers, massage services a spa, pool and even bike hire. You’ll probably never want to leave.
120 Commonwealth Avenue, Canberra
This is Canberra’s most popular Airbnb and for good reason. It’s centrally located, perfect for business, family and will even work as a home away from home for a small group of friends. It’s fun, homely and the complex even boasts a gym, swimming pool and spa so you’ll have everything you need.
$159 per night
Contact information provided upon booking
Need to be in the city? The Novotel is for you. Located centrally, we promise you’ll never be late for anything. This hotel was made for overnight stays and is located walking distance to some of Canberra’s best places to eat, drink and shop.
$175 per night
65 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra
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